Each week we hope to post a blog on a Monday or Tuesday. These blogs will hopefully stimulate thought, discussion and even debate around key topics that are affecting our society at this time of great change and challenge.
As the nights lengthen and the darkness descends on us all too early in the mid-afternoon, some of us may find ourselves overwhelmed. Numbers of Covid cases around the world are growing exponentially; even here
Mary was worried; she tried to distract herself by keeping busy, but deep inside a gnawing unsettling fear had begun to grow. ‘Could it be true?’ she asked herself repeatedly, surely not, not after all
As community transmissions of Covid-19 increase it can feel really unsettling and frightening. That the virus is invisible and even asymptomatic until its effects become all too real for those who contract it, causes further
I suspect that, over the next couple of days, we are going to hear an awful lot about ‘shock-tactics’, ‘poor communication’ and even the return of the dreaded ‘c’ word – ‘confusion’. The late-scheduled NPHET
Hope: Such a simple yet powerfully evocative word, full of promise, full of potential, pregnant with possibilities – and at times, way beyond our reach. I heard recently that someone has limited their intake of